South African wheelchair tennis ace, Kgothatso Montjane, is in high spirits despite losing in the Australian Open Doubles final against Netherlands duo, Diede de Groot and Aniek van Koot.
Coach Lenise Marais is looking forward to this next challenge as the SA Hockey Association announces an 18-strong SA U21 squad, selected ahead of the African Hockey Qualifiers in Ghana in March. Photo: Supplied
Rising tennis star, Zoë Kruger, books place in second round of the Ilana Kloss International, beating Canada’s Carol Zhao with a hard-fought three-sets in Potchefstroom.
Women match officials made significant strides to break new ground in the past year, taking charge of top-class matches across the globe. Today, we look back at these incredible feats.
The postponed WBSC U-18 Women’s Softball World Cup will take place 28 August to 5 September 2021 in Lima, Peru
Mixed Martial Arts star, Leigh Jordaan, wants things to improve for her and fellow women in sport. The 18-year-old has been impacting the world of MMA for two years.
Three former gsport winners join the elite judging panel to drive the process to select three finalists per category for the 2020 Momentum gsport Awards.
Up and coming hockey and track star, Kayla Swarts, comes from one of South Africa’s leading sporting families. Her mother, Odessa Swarts, was a supreme sprinting talent in her time and her brother is 400m world record holder Wayde van Niekerk. She tells Celine Abrahams about her dream to represent SA at the Olympics.
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Five years on from retiring from international hockey on the gsport Awards stage, former South African women’s hockey captain, Marsha Cox, continues to play a leading role in sport. Based in the Netherlands, Cox serves on the IOC steering committee and the African hockey athlete’s committee. The hockey icon has also launched her own project to invest in the next generation.